these are from bobby burkes and they are donk so if you think yeasting was confusing (or just plain weird), i think you should check these reviews guides out. What I also did is incorperate notes from the book and useful illustrations so that most to all of the objectives can be completed off this set of notes with a little bit of help from the book or wikipedia.


These are from a secret admirer of the class of 2013...


These are some objectives I got from the UTCOM 2010 page. I put them in word files for your convenience. You really should check their page out because they have very complete sets of objectives for each unit
-Tyler Paradis


Here is a sweet practice quiz passed on by stephen smith...

earnest made this and it is ridiculous!


sean kelleher made these muscle origin/innervation/insertion/action tables...

coming from the great Connor McNamara (and friends)...



practice questions...

practice quizes from ken...

from yoko...

this is a really good immunology link...

Hey Ken,
Put up this link to a Wayne State site for CT Anatomy of the Mediastinum. It also has other CT stuff for future tests.

http://www.med.wayne.edu/diagradiology/Anatomy_Modules/Mediastinum/Mediastinum.html

A few practice histo questions for Segment 1...

These are notes from Dr. Hankin's Intervention Session. Jay made them, so they are rife with inaccuracies. But for the most part they are good. It might be a good study to go through each of these, answer them on your own and correct on your own because that is a real good way to review.


these are from brittany and are amazing. she put alot of work into these charts so you owe her flowers and candy when you see her next cause this is gonna help you big time.


these are from my SI session tonight with josh

CBC's intervention notes from Aileen

Embryogenesis Write Ups...

notes from Hankin's second intervention from kenneths... INCLUDES PRACTICE QUESTIONS COVERED WITH CLINICAL VIGNETTES...

from sumrine... notes from micro practice exam

from jeff...

EMBRYOLOGICAL ORIGINS FROM ANDREW GIBBY! THESE ARE AWESOME! IT IS IN GOOGLE DOCUMENT FORM SO YOU CAN ADD TO THE DOCUMENT AS YOU SEE FIT! I MADE THESE INTO FLASHCARDS AND AM TRYING TO STUFF FACE THEM BEFORE TONIGHT.
http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=torlzfuDxMkq-WUUlAyx_eg&output=html

really sweet website on key landmarks for gross...
http://www.ucd.ie/vetanat/ga-subject/f-limb/fl1.html

philip rivers' pictures from his cameral phone on review session slides...

From: Lane, Richard
Date: Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 9:01 AM
Subject: RE: Intercostal muscles/membranes
To: Jay

Hi Jay, Yes, the membranes are continuous with their respective muscles but lack any muscle fibers within them. They are extensions of the fascial covering of the muscle, similar to a apponeurosis but much thinner. The membrane is usually thin enough that you can usually see through it to the intercostal muscle located underneath. Best Regards,Dr. Lane

From: Jay
Sent: Mon 11/30/2009 10:58 PM
To: Lane, Richard
Subject: Intercostal muscles/membranes

Dear Dr. Lane,
Is there a difference between intercostal muscles and membranes? When they are introduced, the terms seem to be used synonymously, but in the diagram on page 247 of our note packet (the transverse section of the thorax), they have 2 different tags. Thank you for your help.

Jay